2008 Carbon & Climate L. Rev. I (2008)

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Contents
Preface                                                                1
Pascal Lamy
Editorial                                                             3
Joost Pauwelyn, Francesco Sindico
ARTICLES
Heating Up International Trade Law: Challenges and Opportunities Posed
by Efforts to Combat Climate Change                                    7
Richard G. Tarasofsky
French Ideas on Climate and Trade Policies                           18
Jochem Wiers
Border Tax Adjustments and Emissions Trading: The Implications
of International Trade Law for Policy Design                         33
Matthew Genasci
Maximum Carbon Intensity Limitations and the Agreement
on Technical Barriers to Trade                                       43
Charles Owen Verrill
WTO Law and International Emissions Trading: Is there Potential for Conflict?  54
Christina Voigt
Climate Change and the International Trade of Biofuels                67
Haroldo Machado-Filho
Will the Friends of Climate Emerge in the WTO? The Prospects
of Applying the Fisheries Subsidies Model to Energy Subsidies      78
Sadeq Z. Bigdeli
Against Harmonisation - Regulatory Competition in Climate Change Law  89
Geert van Calster
The Legitimate Expectations of Investors and the CDM:
Balancing Public Goods and Private Rights under the Climate Change Regime  95
Jacob D. Werksman
FEATURES
In the Market                                                       105
Benjamin Gorlach, Hauke Hermann and Olaf Ho1zer-Schopohl

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